“Nothing works by itself. You have to do the work required in order to get the result desired!”
Everyone works, but do we all achieve the kind of results we really want? I don’t have a problem with working; I have an issue with ‘how’ people work. If the process (how) of working is wrong, the outcome (result) can never be right. This series is going to focus on two simple questions;
- On what do you work?
- How do you work?
I’m going to do all my possible best to answer these two main questions through the course of this series. At the end of it, if you didn’t learn how to personally answer and relate these two questions to your private life, please ask all your friends to leave the quality life group or community and also do the same.
After all, what’s the benefit of belonging to a group or community that doesn’t impact your life? Quality Life is no such group or community, if you belong to such group or community; don’t blame the group or community for failing to do its primary assignment–impacting its member’s positively–blame yourself for deliberately wasting your time and cheating yourself.
Now, back to work!
We all know intuitively the benefits of work, hard work, or working hard. Here are some quick reminders;
“He who does not work, should not eat.”
“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.”
“Work is a vital part of life.”
“Work is how bills are paid and objectives achieved.”
That was the easy part, right? Over time, I have come to realize that “working”, that is; the actual performance of a task, an activity or duty, is not the real problem. The real problem for the majority of people out there is not their inability to work–laziness, although this is true for some people, but rather their inability to prioritize work–focus! Too many of us spend our lives working on the wrong things first.
I work, you work, we all work, but that’s not the point or key to success, fulfillment or greatness in life. The key is not the performance of the activity itself (work). The key lies in our ability to prioritize the activity and organize the performance of the activity.
Two words come into play here;
These two words are what differentiate losers from winners, success from failure. Learning to do them both will help you answer the two questions above; “on what do you work?” and “how do you work?”
Thanks for reading!